The previous Michael Turner variants which went on sale this week sold out withing moments and even crashed http://www.aspenstore.com/
The latest cover is a previously unseen piece of Michael Turners which features Superman, Batman and his iconic Wonder Woman.
I really wish these were on general release as the A cover, Michael Turner is a comic book legend who’s work pushed up the bar on super hero comics and his work has inspired most of today’s top artists.
Following the immediate sold out release of their DC Comics Rebirth: Batman #1 AspenStore.com variant cover, Aspen Comics is pleased to announce the second exclusive cover, DC’s Rebirth: Justice League #1, debuting for pre-order as a color variant and set (with B&W Artist Edition included) on www.AspenStore.com June 26th, 2016. This second collaboration between Aspen Comics and DC Comics will feature a never-before-seen cover by Aspen founder Michael Turner with colors by Peter Steigerwald (Dark Knight: The Last Crusade).
Aspen’s Batman #1 exclusive cover, released previously in early June, sold out in less than 24 hours, and the publisher strongly encourages customers to pre-order their copy of Justice League #1, featuring the iconic Trinity of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, as early as possible.
Justice League #1 is written by Bryan Hitch with art by Tony S. Daniel. Solicitation copy for the issue reads: “THE EXTINCTION MACHINE” Chapter One. The oceans rise. The earth quakes. And an ancient power rises to reclaim not just the world, but the universe itself—and not even the combined might of the Justice League can stop it. An all-new era begins with this epic by comic book legend Bryan Hitch (JLA, The Ultimates) and master storyteller Tony S. Daniel (BATMAN: R.I.P., DEATHSTROKE).
Aspen will also be allocating limited daily quantities of Batman #1 and Justice League #1 at Comic Con: International 2016 exclusively at the Aspen Comics Booth #2321. Aspen strongly recommends fans arrive early to ensure their copy.
Posted by Adi Mursec on June 23, 2016
Oxygen is a new creator owned indie comic by artist/writer and movie/TV storyboard artist Andrew Wildman. It debuted this at this years online Thought Bubble convention and is available online.
A brief review of Getter Robo Devolution published by Seven Seas Entertainment based on the classic super robot story by Go Nagai
A review of John Wagner and Vince Locke’s A History of Violence. A story probable more well known as a movie but it started off as this amazing graphic novel.
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